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Dec 28, 2012

What To Do In Orlando On 12/28

If you need more ideas for what to do while you’re in town, check out our Orlando Bowl Week City Guide for more recommendations on attractions, dining, shopping, nightlife and more. Weather Report Mostly sunny with a high of 71 and a low of 58. Official Bowl Events Well, if you’re hanging around looking for something to do, maybe you should check out this other game we are putting on?  Orlando Bowl Week Fan HQ on International Drive at Pointe […]

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Dec 27, 2012

Malcolm Mitchell is Right Where He Belongs

Malcolm Mitchell is an all-around team player by definition, doing whatever his coaches need from him to give his squad the best chance of winning. Last offseason, that meant switching from his regular position at wideout to the other side of the ball and playing corner for Dawgs. The sophomore WR was called upon to play in the secondary after suspensions kept starting CB Sanders Commings and S Bacarri Rambo out for the first couple games. Mitchell played at CB […]

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Dec 27, 2012

Bulldogs Arrive in Orlando

The Georgia Bulldogs football team arrived in Orlando on Sunday in preparation for the Capital One Bowl On Jan. 1. The team arrived at their hotel near the attractions area around 4:00 p.m. Players joined each other for the first time since Christmas break at the hotel, coming from their respective homes. “I’ve been home about five or six days,” quarterback Aaron Murray said during a press conference at the team hotel. “It’s been real nice to be back in […]

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Dec 27, 2012

What To Do In Orlando On 12/27

Orlando Bowl Week officially begins today with the start of Orlando Bowl Week Fan HQ on International Drive. For the first couple of days, local attention is on the Russell Athletic Bowl which kicks off tomorrow night, but there’s still plenty of options for Georgia and Nebraska fans in Central Florida.  If you need more ideas for what to do while you’re in town, check out our Orlando Bowl Week City Guide for more recommendations on attractions, dining, shopping, nightlife […]

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Dec 26, 2012

The Big Red Arrives In Orlando

“What’s your room number, bro?” For millions of college students across the country, that question brings back fond memories of friendships formed and lifelong bonds built. Wednesday night at the Peabody Hotel, nearly a hundred Husker “bros” were asking each other the same question. Nebraska has arrived in Orlando. The lads from Lincoln left behind the subzero windchill of the Heartland for the warmth and sunshine of Central Florida and went to work almost immediately. Slipping unceremoniously through one of […]

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Dec 26, 2012

Murray Only Needs One Leg To Win In Orlando

The last time Aaron Murray left the Florida Citrus Bowl, he walked out of it as a champion. In 2008, Murray led Tampa Plant High School to a 34-14 over Tallahassee Lincoln in the 2008 4A Florida state championship game. Oh, and he did it on one leg. “I had broken my leg seven weeks or eight weeks before that ,” Murray said. “I actually came back the week before and played in the semifinal game, we won that.” “I […]

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Dec 24, 2012

Nebraska Aiming To Reverse Recent Bowl History

The stat trotted out most often during bowl season, regardless of the school, is a program’s record in bowls.  Whether or not the Huskers won the 1962 Gotham Bowl, a game played five years before Bo Pelini was even born, has no effect on this year’s game. But not all bowl history is relegated to trivia and tailgate trash talk. Recent bowl history, especially when the current players and coaches are involved, can indicate how the players might perform on […]

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Dec 22, 2012

Dawgs In The Sunshine State: A Bowl History

If history counts for anything, Georgia just may be the favorite to take home the Capital One bowl title this year. After all, the Dawgs have done it before. The Dawgs are 10-4-2 all time in bowl games played in the State of Florida, dating all the way back to Georgia’s first bowl game ever, the Orange Bowl against TCU in 1942; Georgia won that game 40-26. Georgia is 4-1 in the last five bowl games in Florida and posted […]

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Dec 21, 2012

Bulldogs Link Round-up Part 3

From tight ends, to rush defense, to leaving assistants and CornDawgs? We take a look at what is happening with the Bulldogs. Georgia tight ends become focal point of the offense Bulldogs looking to improve rush defense before taking on Nebraska Dawgs assistant coach ditches dogs for SEC foe T Kyle King draws comparisons from this Bulldogs team to the 2003 squad A look at next season’s chance for a Bulldog national title The Richt family gives a new meaning to the […]

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Dec 20, 2012

Huskers Looking For More Than Redemption In Orlando

Bo Pelini and the Nebraska Cornhuskers have been hearing a lot about how this year’s Capital One Bowl is about redemption. To a certain point, that’s true. It’s their opportunity to show that they’re the team that went 10-2 and played for a Big Ten Championship, not the team that Wisconsin soundly defeated in that same championship game. But a larger examination of the Nebraska program shows that so much more is riding on this game and this season. Pelini […]

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